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I,' J HE VOL. XXV. - WELLINGTON, OHIO WEDNESDAY. DECEMBER 2, 1891. , NO. 48 A Family Newspaper Devoted to the Ixxtoresta of Lorain County and Vicinity. ' it."', ssnnn e wiM 1 ... . .. . , mij gmmumm Chapman & Robinson will show you the finest line of HOLIDAY GOODS, consisting of Neckwear, Mufflers, Gloves, Plush caps, Fine dress shirts, Silk umbrellas,- Night shirts, Cuff buttons, Scarf pins, Fancy suspenders, to be seen in Call on us for your winter Overcoats, : Suits : and : Underwear. Our rubber clothing department is well stocked with well-selected goods. Fish brand slicker coats - $2.50 Dull finish sheeting " - - 2.00 1 Others at corresponding low prices. All goods marked in plain figures. e; e. GoodrichJ--- In fact have much to be grateful for: wcTtfo justly proud of our rapidly increasing tradei Our overcoat sales so far this season have been larger than for the entire season of last year. So, you see, we have every reason for gratitude and arc E. JB. Goodrich TABLE LUXURIES and Send for our new catalog. Visit our stores when in Cleveland. THE CHANDLER & RUDD CO. 22-24 Euclid-av. East End i-sXNEWS FOR TueCLEYELAND LEADER acupJes . sftnlMat -sUa among tk. frtsl aewspaptrs ol thaoamtrj ait I (knitted U ks tke kadlna RepubUcaa leaf. 4l la OUta. The SUNDAY liUOER, 16120 sagas. III npist. with ckelct mLttar of law 14 literary character. A3 A FAMILY THE CLEVELAND I gnsurpaised. Ml tht choleatt tad kest leator. la tk. eehiaias ef th. lla labtcriptloa pries of tbs WEEKLY tm4 tor lampl. Cl.a. PS?? Wellington. Strictly one to all. price We are thankful. Extremely thankful. FAMILY SUPPLIES store, Euclid and "Wilson-ays. EVERYBODY. The Hews and Herald. Is patllshtd snry day ex- eept Saaday, tad I. th. ht anaraoo. dally hi th. I tat a. n hat perlact ta4graphl ttnteia, fall cable rtpert., esaiplet. marine tad tperllaf aewt tad every Its. CMlalas dellghrldl rtary. NEWSPAPEtt WEEKLY LEADER el th. DAILY sad SUNOAY LEADER art contained WEEKLY I0ITI0R. LEADLE Is only 05E DOLLAR a jtu. AOdraaa. wot. raiaJTIW CO.. CltwltM. tj. TRAVELERS' REGISTER. From and alter Not. is, 1891, tralus will pan Wellington as billows-central standard time: OOIKO WEST. Ko 9-NiKhtEx t:B5p.m No. 27 Columbus Aooom. o-.wv.m No. 3 Cincinnati and Columbus Ex 8:30 a. m No.23. Cleveland and Wheeling ex. 7:40a m N o .8 1 Local Ptelaht U:30a.m OOIKO BAST. No-8-NlchtEx MSa.m No.it6 -Cleveland Aocom 8:15 a. m No. -Cincinnati AClevo'd Ex 6:28 p. m No. U. Wheell nit and Cleveland ex 4 :45 p. m No. 82-Local Freight 12:4Up.m WNos. 8 and 8 will run dally. Nos.23and 24 between Cleveland and Wellington only. ( W. Ss Xj. B. and C Sa 2. Commencing Ailuunt 21, W91, train) will pass Wellington a follow standard timet QOINO EAST No. 5 ll.Oua.m No. 7 4.16p.m No. 9 8:03p.m. No. 17 (Local) ; M5a.ni OOINO WEST . No. 4 10:Sa.m No t (I.12p.m No. 8 8:03 p. m No. lfl(Local) 2.2Un.m Nos. lJiandSdally :otborsdilv ex .,nndav. Further Information In regard to this line win ue louna on paxe z. Xs. do "W. Iluntiuaton, west, 9:11; east 4:31. B. k 0.-8ULLIVAN. EAST.-No-14, 4:80 a. m l No. 10, mixed, 9i2 a, m.: No. 8. 6:35 D. m. W KriT.-No. 7, 12:10, p. m.; No. 11. mUed, 3:63, p. m. no. is,;iu.p. m. THE MARKETS 8U1PMENT8 OF BUTTftB AKD CHEESE FOB THE WEEK ERDUSO DEO. 1 CbeeM 4,346 pkn. 130380 lb Butter " lbt CHEESE. OhioStandard 0 Family Favorite BUTTER. Dairy, per B 06 tj) 20 Creamery f t 86 FXOUB AMD FEED, ' ' Flour, per sack (49 Bs) 1.25 Corn meal, per cwt 1.40 j Chop, per cwt. 1.40 . Mlddlingi.percvt.. 1.00 . Bran, per cwt M Oil Meal, per cwt...... 1.60 ' 0BA1M : Buying Sel'ng Corn, shelled , 0.70- Cont.inear............ 0.70 Wheat .93 OaU U , OEMIC AL PRODUCE. Chfckent,draf4t,per h i -.Q 0 08 figga,perao) - , ,.'a Ham.tmoVjjd.per 1... O.Orj Tallow, per B 0.03 ' , Hides, per lb 0.04 Potatoes 35 - Hicknrvnult 1.00 JT. HASKELL, Attorney , at-law and notary public. Loans and collections made a specialty. Office in bank building. I II. dicksox; Attor.iey- J. at-law and solicitor of American and foreign pat ents, west side public square. R N. GOODWIX, insur- UIIVC UCllL U11U ilULUIV puDiic. ueeus, wins, con 1 TV 1 tracts, etc. written neatly and legally store.- Over Scrage's shoe PUATT&IIEURICK, flour and feed store. Free de livery to all parts of the cor poration. Kail road street. SAUNDERS tlie photogra pher. Finest work and latest styles. Copying and enlarging in crayon, ink and pastel. Crosier block. BUSH & STEVICK Ge6. C.Bnsh find Chas. C.Ste vick,gcneral insurance agt's, Benedict block. 22tf. CE. SUTLIFF, dealer in , coal Anthraciie,Ma8siI lon, Jackson, etc.; prices low, terms cash. Office on "West Liberty st. Telephone 48. AM. BASSETT, dealer in , raw furs, Taylor-st, Wel lington, O. (50 CHRISTIE & BENNETT t Maxof ACrouBa or CABRIAGES.WAGOXS AHD 8LKI0US Of Itllt SEaOMPTIOX. HEPAIBIHO SPECIALTY. D. L vTADSWOBTH CO Xtaaatketoraranr and Oaten la X300ZS) &uh. stud. X311a.ds Cheese and Butter Boxes, all kinds ol Lumber. Lath, Shingles, Battens . Mould ing-sand Flooring. Siding made and Bar- lace Planing done to order on short no tice . . -' WHilLlfiUTON,0 .. . SJ-tf HEWS FROM ABOUT US. NOTES FROM THE SPECIAL COB- V RESPONDENTS TO THE ENTERPRISE. Abont the Recent Ilai)i)eninc and Special Events In Their Im-V ,; mediate Vicinity. ' ' BUMT1MOTOH Nov. 27 Th ladies aid society of the Untversnllst cburrth had an oytter supper at O. B. Fisber'a lust eveDtne, which in spite of heavy roads was well attended by yooiig aud old, who were anxious for the prosperity of the little crow road church and desirous to make a thank offcriou lor its benefit. As a testimony that our sires and matrons retain tbeir social facul ties Intact, we w.ll Hnte tliat the aver age ace of nine persons seated at one ta ble 11 C7 years, 9 montbt and 10 days. This brlel notice would be invalid 11 we failed to mention that our bachelor friend, C. B., went alone to supper, for a gay young sprig who has shared the festivi ties and endured the satiety of at least eighteen thanksgiving (tinners escorted the one antique maiden ti Ibe dining ball ith tut d'mnlly of a mayor. Nov. 30 It will be remembered by the readers ot the Enterprise that last summer the communion service of the M. E. church was stolen. It was taken from tbe chuTcb on Saturday night, it having been left there to be nsed the next day. Last Saturday afternoon a great surprise awaited the members of the cbsrch in the gift ol a beautiful service the one formerly used by the Congregational church of this place. It was present d to them by Deacon West As that church had no further use (or It, Mr. West saw til the old members that be could, and so. with their consent In their name, he prt anted the service to the Methodist church. Through Mrs. Wests' care the service has been kept looking like new. There were union services In the M. E. church Thanksgiving day, Elder Lilly, of the BaplH cborcb preaching. . ;-Tte ar&ve iH IheHTGrcliurca atlll coctinse--eiry forenoon at 10 and every evening. Between thirty and forty have asked for prayers. Eighteen uojted with the M. E. church last Sunday at the close of the morning services, on probation The meetings continue to grow In Interest and in numbers every day Died, Sunday morning, from tba effects of s ftroke ot paralysis, Judah Miner. Funeral Wednesday at 11 a, m. John and Adam McQuate entertained about fifteen of tbelr friends with so ele- sant thanksslvlng dinner. Mr. and Mrt. Will Loveland were over from Brigbton, the rest live in town. Frank Dlrlam and wife spent thanks giving In company wiih other Dlrlam friends with his mother at Theodore Dirlani's. The Sulliiao fire last Friday night made our streets light, although itwas raining bard at the time. Elder Lilly's brother spent a few days with him, being here over Sunday. Rev. W. E. Barton accompanied Deacon West Saturday and both gentlemen made addresses which were responded to by Rev. A. E, Winter In behalf of the church. Last Saturday night was the coldest of the season so tar, the mercury standing only eight degrees above zero, SULLIVAN. Dec. 1. The fire fleod seems to be let loose at 8ulllvao and yiclnity. Heretofore only barns and out buildings . have been destroyed, bat this time the principal business block of the town Is a complete wreck. The property destroyed was located on the west side of Main street and includes the Coatef hotel and con tents, tbt property otMrs. Coatee, which was a total loss. Next cornea the cigar and tobacco store of Coates & Harria, which was In the north room of the Coats house. Then the building and storeroom belonging to Vt. rersont,or Burr MlllC O. There was no Insurance on this bmlding and the rooms were un occupied. Next comes the dry goods and hardware store of Hubler& Garyer, and last the rooms occupied by Mr. MrDer- mott and family. TbeBlnebower Insur- ance agency laastrktly In It' and are in terested to the extent of $3,400. Several other Insurance companies have small amounts. Rubier ft Uarver carried 11,000 on thetr stock of roods and were able to save a part of them. The Coals house wss Insured for $600, Since the change In time on the B. & trains will rnn as lollows-. No. 4, ssl bound at 9 ;47 a. m. j Nov8, west bound, at 4 06 p. m.j No. 13, Chicago express, wett bound, at 9 50 p. m. ' Na I and 4 carry i - The ladiea of i the Congrcgatlonul church gave an oyater supper in the loan ball Thursday evening, the S6th. Mrs. Orelsslnger and Mrs. Emma Coon art visiting triends at Tiffin and Bel lev n THE SENATORSHIP. J6SEPH BENSON FORAKER. BT GEO. t. COUCH. The unfair tieatmeot accorded to ex- Governor Foraker by the Sherman con tingent, and leading Republican daily in this section of the slate furnishes suffic ient excuse for our position and ought to be resented by all loyal republicans. Con trast the attitude ol Gov. Foraker and his supporters with that of tho Sherman fol lowing, for whom Tbos. McDougall speaks when be says: "Rather than see Sherman retired from tbe Lntted States senate to be succeeded by ex-Governor Foraker, they would prefer the return of a Demo crat, ana I charge tbe defeat ot 1889 to ex-Governor Foraker." General Hicken. looper, a friend and advocate of ex-Gov ernor Foraker, writes as follows: "As to the campaign ol 1889, I wss not among tbe urdent supporters of ex-Gov. ernorFoiuker at that time. I wag, un. fortunately, among those who gave heed to jum sucu nonsensical atutements as those recently made by Mr. McDougall, and which precipitated the political dis asters which followed, and which brought the blush of shame to tbe face of every well-meaning citizen who thus unwitting ly aided in imposing upon oar city tbe disgrace of the recent Democratic admin- latration -Air. jncuougars assertion that our deleat was due to Ex-Governor Foraker's leadership is a most unjust accusation it was, upon the contrary, due to the very men ho he now asserts would prefer a Democratic senator to a Republican not of their selection." Ex-Governor Foraker's past services and present standing warrant the assertion that be baa legitimate, won and still re tains the fall confidence and respect of the bnsioess men of Ohio. Wh lie they do not lack appreciation for Senator Sherman, and would In no way disparate his past services, they look upon ex-Gown or Foraker as t man In every way admirably qualified to take his place and maintain in that great legislative body the high rank Senator Sherman has held. "Governor Foraker's administrations were among tit beet If not the very best tht state of Ohio- ha ' ever . had They were pure and creditable la every particular, but they were especially so liom a buslntss point of ot vtew. ' "Hit manatp:ment of tbe financial affairs of the state was successful in the highest degree, comparing most favorably with anything In this line ever accom pllshed by Senator Sherman." Read what Secretary Foster said of Foraker: -'He hu become a national figure in four years, a thin- never before beard of in this country." In five years after entering tbe political arena his nsme was net onfrequently mentioned in con nection with the presidency In 1888. Gen W. T. Sherman In his speech be lore the Loyal Legion said that into the bands of such men ss Forakef should the future destiny ot this country be commstted, and he hoped lo live to see him occupy tbe highest position In the gift of the Aicerl csn people. Who of the 400,000 Republl cans in ohlo did Major McKioley ask to present bis name to tbe last state convention but this same Foraker, and In the ensuing campaign as a speaker was In great de mand and made more speeches than any other, tare McElnley alone. This is the man who Ui4 editor of Tub EsTERrRist thinks has been lost slflht of and needs litUe advertisement. Here are some tbe Republican papers of Ohio who have declared ex Governor Foraker their choice for United States senator: Cincinnati Commercial Gazette. Toledo Blade. Cleveland World. Vernon Republican, Mansfield News, Athens Messenger, Bellefootaine Republl can, Lima Gazette, Flndlay Republican, Zaneaville News, Wilmington Journal, Piqua Call, Xenla Gazette, Portsmouth Press, Ptuldlng Republican, CaUon Republican, Sidney Journal, South Charleston Sentinel, Hillsboro News Herald, Cincinnati Free Presa, Canton Register, Jackson Sun, Jackson Newt Herald, Putnam County Vidette, Colum bus Dispatch, Miami Union, Defiance Republican Express. Gslllpolts Tribune, Flndlay Jeffi-rsonisn. Shawnee Valley Journal, New Philadelphia Advocate. Fostoria )i-panl, Cl'lllleo'l.e Gazette, Manchester Journal, Wrat L'ol' U Sclen, Springfield Gazelle, Ohio Soontagagast, Wellston Arg't;.' Welmton republican, Marlon Slarfiit Clinton Republican, De Graff Buckeye, Keutn Republican, Tiffin News) I ronton IUnl.ter, Iron too Republican, Cincinnati Pot, Drlplios Couraot, Jackson Standard Journal, Mau mee New Era, Newark Tribune. Zanea ville Courier, Toledo News, Wauseon Tribune, New Concord EuterprUe. ' ' ' The Barnesvtlte Republican has tbls to ssyTcy Foraker in a leader endorsing birr. , forlhesenstorthip: "Foraker Is an Intense American, and be is able and eloquent as he is magnetic, loyal and true. He who, In bis youth, was one of the country's best and bravest soldiers hv earned the prnle of every patriot Later oc, as udgo, he brought V to him, because of bis Intellectual merit words of commendation that honor; and ' ss governor of th. great state ot Ohio if so recorded ss one of the very best, from ' any point or test, in all her history. , Reaching out and taking In all issues, he ' it the best and most aggressive fighter in America the briabt Dartlcuiar tT traitors hate like fury and Democrats fear. Foraker is ss clean, as pure and as true a he is loyal and able and strong. No American need hesitate to applaud him and trust him, and none do who know him. HeisaflghteremtKxlylng tbe best that won for Ben Wade, Ziek Cli mJlcr and Roscoe Conkllne Such a man is Forakor. Those who knife him serve tbls country poorly. Those who praise him pri.ie tlieir coun try s friend. We say ihene thinr nl FWn. ker because we love him, uud because wt know Americans trust him. Thre I abundant proof of this, as there la that Ohio Republicans will m ver llud a more earnest fighter, loyal and constant sup. ' porter than he. . They never have. He b. too generous to forget, too chivitrnus to be drafted. He enlists. The Democrat who wish to continue the luxurv of n Democratic United States senator from Republican Ohio evidently know this He will serve you well, Ohio Republicans. and it will not be long until be will have m that great body a congenial co worker from this Republicsn state." ' In reference to tbe Question of aire. which seems to have entered to soma ex tent Into tbe senatorial campaign., tht liima Kepubltcan Gazette remarks: The Sherman papers say Foraker it a young man and can wait. Foraker U forty-eix years old. When Sherman was first elected he was but thirty-elf ht years old. There were a number of older and as able men who sought the nomina- tion at that time, bat they were tbe ones who wart told to 'wait then. And the have been waiting ever alnce, or until the day of tbelr death. Such men as Robert C. Scbenck, Columbus Delano tad Governor ' Dennlsoo were thrust asida then lor Sena tor Sherman, who was the" youngest of them all. The cry has alwava hmn wait' wait ualil Sherman hu had bis - OIL Ha has demanded that Blaine wajv that Foster wait, that McKinley wal that ,7 Foraker' wait' Blaine .would ". have ' accepted the nomination at Cbtcaro In 1888 If Mr. Sherman bad not asked him to ,, wait; Foster would have gone to the senate in 1880 If Mr. Sherman hail nni asked him to wait; Major McKinley was also asked to wait when the Chicago con vention showed their preference for him in 1888. And so It has gone on for the past twenty.flve years, and now Foraker Is asked to wait. And probably when the grim messenger calls on Mr. Sherman to resign his place in this world the senator will request him to 'wait' until he has had one more term, -for don't you know there is no one else who can take my place when I am gone.' " WHITEPOX. Nov. 30. Otis Phillips has returned home from New Washington. Wilson Haynss, of Akron, is visiting his grandfather, Jiles Scott Chas. Loveland is vbitlng his lather, L. C. Loveland. Several of our boys attended the thanks giving ball at Wellington, November 25. Mlas L ttie Beech, ol Cleveland, is visit ing friends in town. Epwortb league. Bunday evening, No vember 29. Married, November 20, 1801, at the res idence of tbe bride's parents, Newland Lee and Rose M. Twaddle, Rev. Rutledge officiating. They have the well wishes of all tbelr friends. Roxr. MEDINA. Rollin Psrk, whose home was formerly near Lodl, was released from the peniten tiary last week after serving out s term. He was sent trom Wayne county several years ago Tbe largest beekeeper In tbe world la Mr. Harbison' of California. who has 6,000 hives' roducin'000,000 pounds of honey ; In Greece there are 80, 000 hives producing 3,000,000 of" honey; In Denmark 80,000 producing' 2,300,000 pounds; In Russia 110,000 tbe same; In Belgium 200,000 producing 5000,000 pound; la Holland 340,000 producing 8,000.000 pounds; In France 9.V,000 pro ducing 23,000,000 pounds; Ip Germany 1.450,000 and In Aurtria 1, 555,000 each, producing 40,000,000 pounds of honey- But In tbe United States there are 3,800, 000 hives belonging to 70,000 beekeeper. and producing 62,000,000 . pounds of boney annually. .R, S. Kerr, cooper. man of Creston, who' has shops in Lodi, West Salem, Orrville and Creston, has contracts to make 4,000 barrel it Orirlll.,' lfl.OuO In Lodl and 10.000 In Creston. The above number ol barrels, 31,000, will be oted for the shipment of onions, the product ot growers in th. above places. The barrels mode in West Salem are - principally for -flour. Gazette. " - ' ' Elegant line of silverware, and no extra charge for engraving, at PUber't, Elyria. i.uil Lwsin, 0.. -- i I V . I , Ml 1 1 7